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Warriors postgame coverage on ESPN

Draymond Green, Harrison Barnes and others are expected to speak live from Oracle as Golden State has just tied the best 50-game start in NBA history. Live on SportsCenter

Steph Curry after the win

Steve Kerr said the Warriors finally got a close game and they needed experience. Curry knew better: "He was lying to us. He didn't like it. At all."

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Warriors survive Thunder rally

Oklahoma City came back from down double digits to tie the game late, but key plays by Stephen Curry sealed the 116-108 win. Golden State moves to 46-4 on the season. Box score

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Monta Ellis plays peek-a-boo with pass

Where's Jordan Hill? There he is!

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Royce Young @royceyoung

Thunder come up empty on three straight possessions, Warriors get a Curry layup and a Thompson 3. Back to six, 110-104, 1:40 left.

Thunder come all the way back

After trailing by as many as 19 points, Oklahoma City has come all the way back to tie the game 104-104 with just over 3 minutes in the game. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Kobe's final game in San Antonio a loss

Kobe Bryant scored 25 points but the Lakers fell to the Spurs 106-102.

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Jeff Van Gundy recognizes Beyoncé

And he can't contain his enthusiasm.

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Thunder scraping to get back in game

After giving up 73 points in the first half, Oklahoma City has held Golden State to 18 in the third and 8 in the fourth as the Thunder trail 99-95 midway through the fourth. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Worst flop of the year?

J.J. Barea is ready to collect all the acting awards.

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Steph Curry puts on the razzle-dazzle

Steven Adams did his best to stay in front of Curry, but they forgot about Marreese Speights.

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Royce Young @royceyoung

Well, the Thunder made up some ground in the third, cutting it to 91-83. Durant with 30, Westbrook 23 and 9 assists.

Spurs hang on to down Lakers

Kobe Bryant put up 25 points in his final game in San Antonio, but LaMarcus Aldridge had 26 points and Kawhi Leonard chipped in 20 for the 106-102 win. Box score

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs 114, Grizzlies 110 (final in OT). Huge road win for Dallas, which bounced back from Friday night's blowout loss to the Spurs and snapped a three-game losing streak by beating one of the West's hottest teams. Chandler Parsons: 26 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists. Deron Williams: 22 points, 11 assists.

Steph Curry love arts and crafts

Like weaving. Here, he slices through the lane and finishes with a gorgeous twill weave.

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LaVine getting limber for dunk contest

All-Star Saturday Night is a week away, but Zach LaVine has to start warming his hops now.

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Celebrities out in force in Golden State

Beyoncé dropped a new music video, then strolled over to Oakland to watch the Warriors and Thunder drop buckets.

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Block party > dunk champion

Taj Gibson wasn't in the mood to see a Zach LaVine jammer.

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Mavs and Grizzlies offer free basketball

Dirk Nowitzki has made plenty of clutch baskets, but his 20-footer misses the mark as Dallas and Memphis head to overtime tied 102-102. Follow live

Wolves close hard to steal win from Bulls

Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Gorgui Dieng combined for 71 points as Minnesota picked up its second win in a row against a Jimmy Butler-less Chicago squad. Box score